Archive - Dec 19, 2011 - News Article
For deputies, police officers and troopers, they pursue a career in law enforcement to protect and to serve â those duties are not always isolated to stopping law breakers.
For a group of 55 members of law enforcement from police officers to dispatchers, from probation officers to victimâs advocates, they felt it was important to help make Christmas for 103 families more enjoyable and to bring smiles to childrenâs faces.
Cost-of-service studies on utility rates charged to Wapakoneta consumers should help city elected officials determine future increases to deal with higher costs of business and mandated projects.
Wapakoneta City Council Councilor-at-large Steve Walter, who also chairs the Utility Committee, told city administrators he would like to have rate studies completed on water, wastewater, electric and refuse to help his committee set future rates.
A local student unexpectedly broke a school record for a sport that he has competed in since his freshman year of high school.
Wapakoneta High School senior Ryan Kremer broke the schoolâs record in the 200-meter individual medley this year during a swim meet â and said setting the record was one of his most memorable moments so far during his senior year.
âI wasnât really expecting it,â Kremer said. âIt was sweet because everyone was cheering for me at the meet.â
Kremer broke the record this season, at the beginning of December, in a swim meet against Marion Local and Bath.